MSEA

AcronymDefinition
MSEAMicrosoft Enterprise Agreement
MSEAMinistry of State for Environmental Affairs (Egypt)
MSEAMultilevel Successive Elimination Algorithm
MSEAMaplestory South East Asia (MMORPG)
MSEAMiami Sports & Exhibition Authority
MSEAModeling & Simulation Executive Agent
MSEAMaine Solar Energy Association
MSEAMotorsport Engineering Alliance (France)
MSEAMetasys Systems Extended Architecture (Johnson Controls)
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Despite being in existence since 2013, MSEA is yet to make significant interventions in promoting and nurturing the small businesses.
Table 3 shows the test statistics for the difference (MSEB - MSEA) between mean square errors before and after the first filing of the 10-K annual financial report.
MSEA is reaching out to traders under the Association of Micro and Small Enterprises Association (AMSEA).
The Hogan campaign's unauthorized use of the service marks was clearly done with the intention of exploiting the popular recognition of MSEA's name and its service mark so as to "cause a likelihood of confusion among voting persons," according to the union lawsuit.
These algorithms are integrated and automated cross-platform open access as Metaboanalyst (http://www.metaboanalyst.ca/) MetPA (http://metpa.metabolomics.ca/ MetPA/) and MSEA (http: // www.msea.ca/)
Said explained that the company is participating in the Go Green initiative with the MSEA, adding "Suez Cement invested more than EGP 500m for environmental-related projects… Several major projects were also completed and successfully implemented in the area of pollution abatement and emission control.
The Maryland State Teachers Association (MSTA), a merged affiliate, recently tackled the issue of identity and inclusion at its annual conference by considering a name change that would have replaced the word "teachers" with "education." Although 60 percent of delegates voted to change MSTA to MSEA, the amendment failed for lack of a required two-thirds majority vote.
In the early 1990s, ARS took the lead in a USDA water quality program called "MSEA," which was implemented across the Midwest.
In 1990, the Midwest Management Systems Evaluation Area (MSEA) project was initiated to address the environmental impacts associated with row-crop production (Ward et al, 1994).
A field experiment was conducted at the Management Systems Evaluation Area (MSEA) project near Shelton, NE, on a field of irrigated continuous corn.
The multi-agency Management Systems Evaluation Areas (MSEA) Program in 1990 began evaluating agrichemical distribution in water resources at its Ohio research site including the Scioto River alluvial valley aquifer.
The study is part of the USDA-ARS Mississippi Delta Management Systems Evaluation Area (MSEA) project, which is evaluating farming practices in the 7,320-acre area surrounding the three lakes.